Bringing Down the Barriers – Dealing With Someone Who is Defensive

“Have you thought about getting a part time job?” I asked “What are you trying to say?” Was barked back at me. | “Errrm, literally just that
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Learning to Make Connections After Overcoming Social Anxiety

The anxiety is gone (or at the very least is entirely manageable now) and you’re ready to start getting out there in the big wide world, making new
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Moving On After a Relationship Break-Up

There are no set rules when it comes to the best way in dealing with a relationship break up because most of the actions you need to take will need to
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Dealing with Lemons

I remember when I first started to learn about NLP and Hypnotherapy. There seemed to be a type of person that would often be attracted to these subjec
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Remembering Who You Are

  In the busy lives we lead it’s easy to get so caught up in “functioning” that we lose the essence of who we really are and who we really
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The Stress of Creating a Work/Life Balance

The idea of having a work/life balance is that you do not invest yourself into work so much that you forget to live in-between. There has to be moment
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Relief From Defensiveness

Defensiveness occurs when we assume we are in some way being attacked or threatened. The importance of what we feel the need to protect will have have
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Overcoming Parental Abuse

Our parents are the people we should be able to depend on the most. They are the people who have the greatest responsibility in not just raising us in
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Defusing Anger in Relationships

Anger happens when, in some perceived way, we get a sense of a violation. A boundary that is crossed or a misalignment between someone else values com
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Dealing with Anxiety in the Workplace

Anxiety is one of the biggest mental health and well being challenges face by adults. In a survey covering Great Britain, 1 in 6 adults had experience
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